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The ratio is not quite New York City,'” she says, where single women more starkly outnumber single men. In fact, at a Tuesday night talk about technology and dating in Washington, Bradford said that D.

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If you're tired of Tinder and bored with Bumble, don't give up on online dating just yet --- a new, highly hyped dating app that promises to cut through all of the online dating noise has set its sights on Houston.

The League bills itself as an ultra exclusive service with "no voyeurs, no randoms, no games, no fakes, no noise and no shame." It vets potential users through their Facebook and Linkedin accounts to verify employment and education claims, after which point registrants must be additionally vetted by a human being before they are accepted into the service.

Clear, crisp photos showing a well-rounded life is key.

“High-quality, professional photos are going to be the biggest bang for your buck,” Bradford says. First, having a professional photo says that you’re taking your career seriously enough that you want a good work profile, Bradford says.

Her theory is that, the longer someone waits, the more eager they’ll be to use the app once they’re on it. The admissions process sounds a bit like screening for a brainier version of “The Bachelor”: “We try to let in the people who we think want to be there and are there for the right reasons,” Bradford says. Some dating apps have had problems with bots or spam accounts, which can make it hard to tell if you’re chatting with a real human or a machine.

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The Concierge can, depending on availability, dispense dating tips to users, and offer suggestions such as: “David would be a good match for you. The Concierge might also recommend changing the order of your photos or provide information about which of your matches are most active on the app, as in most likely to write you back. “All these other cities, they’re not as bad as people think,” Bradford says.

“In San Francisco, guys love to complain that there are no women there, and I’m like: ‘I have the numbers.

As of June 7, more than 7,100 Houstonians have signed up to participate, only 20 to 30 percent of whom will eventually be accepted.

For recent launches in Chicago and Boston, the service accepted an initial 'class' of 2,000 users.